Boise Neighborhood Interactive

Energize Our Neighborhoods is proud to host the fifth Boise Neighborhood Interactive community conference in October 2024.

The community-led conference empowers and engages residents in creating and sustaining welcoming and livable neighborhoods through information, shared resources, collaboration, and training.

This year’s conference will bring together residents, local organizations, and businesses to share inspiration and the power of community. Attendees will gain the tools and knowledge to become and remain active around topics most important to Boiseans, including housing and transportation.

Registration for the 2024 Interactive will open in July.

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Neighborhoods for Everyone

Meeting people where they are at, improving language access, and removing barriers allows all voices to participate in the conversation. Create welcoming spaces and inclusive operations in all neighborhoods.

Opportunity for Everyone

Investing in an economy that uplifts everybody in our community with family wage jobs and access to opportunities. Cultivate a business environment that focuses on sustainable economic resilience.

Transportation for Everyone

Making it easier to bus, bike, and walk, our residents must be able to connect to opportunities when and where they exist. Expand pathways and mobility options so residents can choose how they move about the valley.

Housing for Everyone

Everyone in Boise deserves a safe place to live: one that they can afford and close to the things we all need to enjoy life. Explore housing options that create more opportunitiesfor all income levels.

Past Events


The Boise Neighborhood Interactive has been held every 18 months since the Fall of 2017. The 2020 conference featured a keynote panel discussion on housing and growth in the Treasure Valley, featuring Mayor Lauren McLean, Commissioner Diana Lachiondo, and Boise State University President Dr. Marlene Tromp, moderated by Gemma Gaudette.

The three day virtual conference offered attendees opportunities to attend 31 workshops, participate in roundtable discussions, learn about community resources, and network with other attendees.

Past events have featured keynote addresses from Norman B. Rice, former Mayor of Seattle and Vice-Chair of the Casey Family Programs Board of Trustees, and Aimée Christensen, CEO of Christensen Global Strategies and Executive Director of the Sun Valley Institute.

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Nicole Carr
Energize Program Manager
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